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Posts Navigation Slider

The Posts Navigation Slider will add navigation arrows to the specified posts creating a horizontal slider effect among posts.

Use the Posts Navigation Slider plugin to add navigation arrows to your blog posts. These arrows will link to next, and previous blog posts sorted by date published. There are a number of customization options such as:

- Specify which post types the nav arrows will be displayed on.
- Set a background color for the container.
- Set a color for the arrows.
- Set a color for the text.
- 6 different icons to choose from.
- 4 different icon sizes to choose from.
- Option to display the post titles in the navigation container.

When the plugin is activated, navigate to settings->Posts Navigation Slider. There, you will find all of the above customization settings. In order for the nav links to be displayed, you must select at least one post type. 'post' references all posts.

Author Jack Doyle
Contributors Jdoyle112
Tags arrows, custom posts, horizontal, links, nav, navigation, Post, posts, responsive, slider, slider navigation, wordpress
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    The Posts Navigation Slider will add navigation arrows to the specified posts creating a horizontal slider effect among posts.

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    Disabling the show title option will display generic text instead of the post titles.

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    Example of show title option enabled.

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.


  1. Upload wp-slide-posts.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
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  1. Search for 'Posts Navigation Slider' from the 'Plugins->Add New' section in the WordPress admin panel.
  2. Find the appropriate plugin and press 'Install Now'. When the installation is complete, you can activate the plugin from the 'Plugins' section in the WordPress admin panel.


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Version 1.0.0

Requires WordPress version: 3.5 or higher

Compatible up to: 4.6.3

Last Updated 23 Nov 2016

Date Added: 22 Nov 2016

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